Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 9, 1934 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 9, 1934
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• „ AUGUST 9. 1934. armer PC USED fTHRESHERS IS BLOWN UP . .^TrirHerman Qo il^d serious Injury KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA PAGE THREOI Goetz or Bancroft Farmers Report Oafs Average Of 25 Bus. the The straw stack tb boiler - and and Henry Selberg's burned and much save the driven Bancroft, Aug. 8—Most threshing Coloradt In this vicinity will he finished this week. Some yields are as low as 20 bushels to the acre, but Kd- | Nol »'nors nml Ambrose Kennedy ward Droessler reports that on 80; lu "- Monday for Minnermolis on '., acres he averaged 28 bushels. ,T. C. ' ' Menke averaged 32 bushels, and P. J. Schlltz averaged 3-1. A ion acre patch on the Thomas Coglcy farm went 48 bushels, and tho average o£ his 90 acres was 28. W, A. Murray, of tho Murray elevator, reports that the average is about 25 bushels. Bancroft I'nir Hour Hoospvrlt— Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Fuclis left Monday for Wauconia, Minn., to Wednesday. Mr. week Tuesday. He , former resident here, at one ; unnlng a store. He left, here ut 5 years ago. Funeral ser- '"w re held Thursday at B no b and burial was made in the Home cemetery here. ) Springs, where they had spent hvo months, and Corrine buying trip. Miss Nommnrs is head saleslady in (ho ready to wear department at Kennedy's Mr. and Mrs. P. j.' McBurney, •Toplin, Mo., arrived Monday- lo visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter 1'firons, .and Mrs. MclHirnov's Mcllnrnoy's . A. J. Borons, fhit:ago, nvod Monday for the pose. FloreUo C ar- samo pur- doy for Omaha, afler Wclp, H. N., i 0 ft Jton- with her threo weeks visit a sister of tho latter, and'sr Rho Tuesday they attended a hardware ' convention at Minneapolis. They mother, Mrs. J. if. Welp drove to Rochester Wednesday hear the president speak. to Other Bancroft News. Mrs. Verno Austin entertained at three tables of bridge Saturday land Orvilla evening in honor of Mrs. Earl El-! vv ,, 0 i c is supervisor on the Union. a nil in floor at St. Joseph's hospital, Omaha. Margaret Howe, youngest daughter or Mrs. Euguno Krickson, boon appointed' ma cal telephone office. Mrs. I,. F. Kennedy, has anagor of the lo- two sons, won the high score, and Mrs. Carl Pearson, Algona, was second. Mrs. Elliot received a gift prize. Clara, Corrine, and Josephine Nemmers got home Friday from Mr. and Mrs. Oliver have a son, born Friday 'obnko hospital. I III! W Gilbcrtson left last Mathson at tho lton Plays With Bancroft— SVuiton, who has played i with the Bancroft junior Lem aU season, went with, the i to Rockwell City last week idnesday to play in the state Inment, where they won one "lost two games. Jack was just Lring from the flu and several jers of the team were ill, so they e handicapped at first. Allison i the tournament. jind Party at Elmorc— Sirs Edward Halvorson and Mar- I and Alvira, and the former's r Mrs. L. A. Kalsted, went to lore Saturday to a birthday fly for Irene, daughter of Otis Jthune, who was 11 years old. jhlenmn to Come Monday— the Rev. W. G. Muhleman, dis- |t Methodist superintendent, |l be here next week Monday af- Melha Do Lancy, Pago, Nob., is )r. and Mrs. R. E. Weber. noon at 2:30 for conference. the fourth Other Leflvard News. llrs, Clarence Blome, of Daven- 51, and children, Ella Blome and [riend from South Dakota, came ;urday from Des Moines, where iy iad been visiting Ella's fath- IConrad Blome. They visited lo- relatives for several days. lorls McCoy, who has been •king at D. A. Carpenter's, fcday for Bancroft, where left she 1 be a telephone operator. Helen. ion, Buffalo Center, will assist i the ^York till they, get other [rs. \Vm. La Coeur, of Amboy, her daughter Laura Black, i Moines, and Dorothy visited lives here over the week-end. , Gus Martin, a sister o£ Mrs. t Nitz, came with them. Irs, Roy Anderson, Radcliffe, i has been visiting her brother, ". Wiemer, left for home Sun- morning with Mr. Anderson, pping to visit his father in Ali en route. (felen Jenson, Buffalo .Center, I two nephews, Earl and Gerald kleman, visited the Glen inkes from last Thursday till day, 'he Adolph Poppys, Lakota, vis- I Mrs. Mary Poppy and .Ella inaus Sunday. Mrs. Mary Poppy much improved at this writing. |upt, M. K. Sperry, of Renwick, i the D. A. Carpenters last joay. Mr. Sperry was school jejrmtendent here for five years. ffllson and Aleitha Brack and pe Junkermeier got home from tworld's fair Saturday evening. Tie Henry Mitchells, Lakota, and land Mrs, Lee Estle, Lone Rock, flt Sunday at Ray Estle's. |len Yahnke has been at Buffer the past week running resting machine engine. «y Matzener visited her aunt, Joe Jenks, Bancroft, from last •Wednesday to Sunday. * ott ° Lasers, Elmore, spent ay with the Max Nitz family. I Mies are sisters. ^Albert Barnes visited her. Jurgenson, re- family at GET-TOGETHER SUNDAYDRAWS LARGEJJROWD Whittemore, Aug. 7—An Elhort family reunion was held at Academy park Sunday afternoon and evening. Dinner and supper were served to all those who attended. The reunion was hold by tho children of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Elbert, of Metamora, 111. All sisters and brothers attended except Mrs. Frank Theobald, of Chehalis, Wash. Present were: Katie Elbert, Mrs. Peter Farber and Susie, and Mrs. Frank Kore- nor, all of Cullom, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ortman and Rota, of Kankakee, 111.; the Peter Somers, Strawn, 111.; Mrs. Helen Whittier, Chattsworth, 111.; and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Elbert, Robert, and Jean Keahrkissner, of Metamora, 111. Mrs. Adam Hoffman, Peter, and Edward, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hoffman, of Bowdle, S. D.; Mr. and Mrs. Pettcock, Eagle Grove; Mrs. Lena Kohl and Kathrine, Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Dahlhauser, Tallulah, La.; the Wechter family, Gilmore City. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Elbert, Emmetsburg; Mr. and Mrs, Leo Elbert and Jerry and Dean, of Garner; Paul Dahlhauser, the Laurence Elbert family, Mr. and Mrs. James Elbert and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Elbert, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Elbert, all of Algona. The Will Elbert family, the Leo Elberts, Elmer Elberts, Mrs. Clara Mueller and two children, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Elbert and sons, the Roger Elberts, Francis Elberts, Peter Elberts, Mike Schumachers, Andrew Elberts, Frank Elberts, and Earl Elberts, tho Leo Walters family, Mrs. Margaret Elbert, the G. g. Elberts, the Conrad Aligs, Leo Waldschmidts, Peter Fuchsens, Peter DaMhausers, and Dee Ost- walds, Mrs. Harold Butler and daughter, the Harvey Elberts, and Richard Vaughn, all of Whitternore, and Alvin Zinnel, West Bend. This was the first reunion in four years. There were more than 160 present, of which there were 29 from Illinois. Mrs. Helen Whittier, 83, of Chattsworth, 111., oldest of the Elbert children, was also In attendance. Part of the entertainment for the afternoon was given by Paul Somers, a musician, of Strawn, 111. Father Veil, of St. Michael's parish, also attended. assistance of Willard, son of the Halph Fandels. Five Drive (o World's Fair- Father Hyland, John Cullen Jr., Margaret Fleming, Helen Ford, and Catherine Kelso drove to Chicago to visit relatives and attend the world's fair. They left Sunday and will remain a week. rocnl Orchestra Dated— Swany's band played for a dance at West Bend Saturday night. Wednesday evening the boys played Steriler Explodes A ELEVATOR AT TITONKA HAS NEWJANAGER ntonlta, AUK. 8—Stephen do vnes, manager of a grain elevator berc, left for Chicago Saturday night l.o join his wife and son Junior, who have boon visiting relatives there, and spend a few days iit the world's fair. Mr. do Vries Has terminated his work here and will now bo similarly employed at Sanborn, whore the do Vrics family formerly lived. The now local manager is J. i, Miner> of: Havc _ lock. The Millers have the house tho do Vries family had. Ihviiyiip 1'nuI In Hospital— Tho Rev. and Mrs. Fremont Faul took their son Dvvayne to a Des Moincs hospital Monday. A week ago Dwayne had his left arm broken in two places while he was camping with boy scouts at Washington Lake. Tho breaks were set hut slipped out of place again. Being left-handed Dwayne is more handicapped than is usual in such cases. Show (.'onipany (Jives Piny— The Madden-Stillion company arrived last Thursday, and they stayed till Saturday night, giving a throe-act play every night. The band played at the show grounds Saturday night. This company showed here last Indian day, but this year's company will be the Tillon-Guthrie players. Hospital T'ationt Homo Again— Hazel Budlong, who had been a Kossuth hospital patient at Algona six weeks, following a fall, was brought home last Thursday. She expects to be able to teach school at Hampton again this fall. SENECA LOCALS The school bus routes will be iiauled by the following persons: I, James Dolan; 3, Halph Campbell; 4, Fred Jensen; 5, Nels Chirst- enson; G, P. IT. Peterson; 7, Ernest Schribner; 8, Paul Crowley, 9, Tohn Saundors; 10, Lawrence By- irs; HI, C. C. Voight. Marjorio, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C'harles Osborn, spent a few lays with her Madison, near week. grandmother, Lone Rock, Mrs. last Dolly and Darby Murphy, children of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Murphy, Fairmont, are spending two weeks with relatives here. Mildred Wilberg spent Monday tvilh her sister, Mrs. Rueben Larsen, near Armstrong. Mrs. Melvin Norland was a guest last Thursday afternoon at a StJohn's Aid meeting at Cylinder. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osborn attended a family picnic at the Arm- itrong park Sunday in honor of Frank Curry and Ethel Weber, Belvidere, 111., visiting relatives hero. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weishrod, son Maurice, and I3rs. Emma Curry, Fenton; the 73. L. Bakers, Armstrong; and tho Merrit Ctirrys, Estherville. Mrs. E. L. Erdahl, her children, and Mrs. Jorgensen, of Blue Earth, spent last week at J. H. Jensen's. Mrs. Anna Osborn spent a few days last week with her daughter, Mrs. William Brown, near Armstrong. The Aid will be entertained this week Thursday at Mrs. Nels Wilberg's, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Norland and the Tom Berklands, Cylinder, were Sunday dinner guests at Melvin Norland's. Robert and Ralph Simmers, AH burnette, visited last week at A, T. Paulsen's. Henry Looft was sick a few days last week from a heat stroke. Bend. "£ Falls front Loft; Lot? Broken— Tuesday, while making hay, Erwin Huskamp fell from a loft and broke his log. The hone was set at the McCrcery hospital, and he returned home Saturday. Hoy for Albert Eisles— Tho Joe Eisles that Mr. and Mrs. The Rev. and Mrs. H. W. Schoen- loin is a former pastor there, and attend tho 50th anniversary of a Lutheran church there. Mr. Schoen- loin drove to Grimes Saturday to preached an anniversary sermon. Twins for First Children- Twin girls were born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Callies Saturday at the Kossuth hospital, Algona, They received word 1 , have been named Shirley and .Vlbert Eisle, of i Sharon. Those are the first chil- MANY ATTEND SMITH FINAL RITES: LAKOTA Lakota, Aug. 7—Among out of town relatives who attended the A. Q. Smith funeral last week were: a daughter, Mrs. Gus Gleiter, and her daughter, White, S. D.; a daughter, Mrs. Roy Farrington, and family, Montgomery; his brother Sam and son, Winterset; Mr. and Mrs. Abe Ayers and Ed Thomas, of La Porte City; two sisters of Mrs. Smith, and her brother and wife, all of South Dakota. There were present at the service seven Methodist ministers, the Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Cook, of Renwick, the Rev. and Mrs. Clifford, Liming, of Aurelia, the Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Harvey, of Rowan, the Rev. Willard Bell, Oto, the Rev. and Mrs. E. A. Howe, Buffalo Center, the Rev. Harold Fletcher, of Lakota, and the Rev. F. 0. Johnson, who had charge of the service, and two Presbyterian ministers, the Rev. 0. H. Frerklng, of Lakota, and the Rev. Gerald Ukena, of Jesup. » — |Uui.i>iuij( j. nv^iit; ell ^ Hluo Earth, Minn., are the parents ren in tho family, of a boy born one day last week. Albert is their son. Poultry Shop Changes Hands — W. T. Fish, who runs tho Implement shop here, took over the Swift shop Monday. The shop was formerly run by W. 0. Ringler. Helps ill Rirfhdny Celebration— Relatives and friends helped Mrs. Herman Meyer celebrate liar birthday Friday. Ralph Olsons attended a of his father's Lake Sunday. school Aid feral of to' the for a p lynn attended the : Tuesday. niece at Elmore last ork — Earth, here last week d Jenks lef£ g 00 ' Wis - wher e he * 16618 F ' r Qm Lengthy Tour Non, at Birthday Party Is Given- Mrs. Nick Reding gave a party one,day last week in honor of her daughter Mary Jane's birthday. Games were played. Present were Maxine Schurnaker, of Des Moines, and Mary Miller, Mary Kelso, Mary Corrine Schmidt, Catherine O'Brien, Mary Helen Kaschmitter, Dorothy Seymour, Ruth Adeline Fleming, Mildred and Elaine Fangmau, Betty Burdine, Colletta Elbert, Phyllis Eischeid, Maxine Ann and Irene Alig, Marie Semon, 'and Marjorle Redding. Dischers Home From Trip— The Rev. and Mrs. H. W. Discher and Norman returned Saturday after a week's auto jaunt. They went to Wall Lake a week ago Sunday to spend the day visiting. Monday, with the Reverend's three sisters Olga, Esther, and Frieda, they drove to Chicago to visit relatives and attend the world's fair. From Chicago they went to Milwaukee and Sheboygan, Wis. The trip covered 1200 miles. William Daus in Chicago— The Wm. Daus, Lydla Meyer and Tom Frankl, of Algona, visited Mrs, Anna Dau Sunday. The two Dau children stayed here for a week while their parents, Miss Meyer and Mr. Frankl drove on to the World's fair. They will return Sunday. Bode Is Defeated 13-10— The Whittemore baseball team defeated Bode there Sunday 13-10. The battery for Bode was Christonsen and Espel, pitchers, and Schrieber, catcher. Quinn and Farrel, pitchers, and Keene, catcher, played for Whittemore. William Slugas Have Boy- Mrs. Ralph Fandel received word the past week, that Mr. and Mrs. William Sluga, Peoria, 111., are parents of a boy. Mrs. Sluga was formerly Ida Elbert, daughter of the Tdeodore Elberts, Algona, and sister of Mrs. Fandel. Charge at Oil Station— , Edward Cullen, who was In partnership with Harold Roth in the Bc-yal 400 gas station, has sold his interest to Mr. Eoth who If now ruaning the gas station with tne Other TVhittemore. Mrs. H. R. Zumach, son Herbert, Eldora Dau, and Mrs. Frank Jergens drove to Des Moines Monday. Frank Behnke accompanied them to Webster City to the Lutheran school. Herbert attended a Briardale meeting at Des Moines. They eturned Monday. The Arthur and Erwin Schrnel- ng families, of Cylinder, and the 'crdinand Bruhn family, of Fair- •ille, spent Sunday evening at the rnest Saager's. Mr. Saager has )een sick. The Schmeling boys are nephews and Mrs. Bruhn is a niece of the Saagers. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carlisle and Winfield attended a party at the Smmetsburg park Monday evening. They also met relatives there from South Dakota. Alma Genevieve and Eleanor Faith Cairy, daughters of Mrs Alice Cairy, went to Arnold's Park Sunday for a few days with Mrs. Susie Engler. Henry Halm and John Keene Jr. with the CCC at Decorah, spent the week-end with their parents, the Otto Hahns, and John Keenes Sr. The Charlie Schemmels accompanied the Roy Boettchers, Burt, to ,he junior Legion baseball tournament at Rockwell City Friday. Maxine, daughter of Dr. and Mrs, L. B. Smith, who has been visiting at Chicago, 111., for two months, returned home Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Wehrspan and June visited at Wm, Voight's at Fenton, Sunday. Merlyn Voight returned home with them. Sunday visitors at Martin Duffy': were the Maurice Duffys and Alice Duffys, of Algona, and the Al Mon- tags, of West Bend. Harold Schlei, Fenton, was operated upon in the local hospital foi appendicitis last week Wednesday He is recovering. Mrs. R. H. Wills and Elton Willis, of Cedar Rapids, spent from Wednesday till Monday at the Herman Vaudt's. Earl, son of the Adam Luehsing- ers, who is with the CCC at For est City, spent the week-end with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. James Geelan and Jimmie spent Sunday with Mrs Geelan's parents, the P. J. Schiltzs Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. William Travis and two children, of Kenosha, Wis spent a few days last week at H. C Meyer's. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Zumach, Fen ton, visited at A. A. Zumach's Sun day evening. The men are brothers louise Schallus, who came Tues day to visit relatives, returned t her home at Ottawa, 111., Sunday Mr. and Mrs. John Falb, of El gin, la., visited from Saturday til Monday at Frank Dogotch's. Veronica, Sioux City, daughter o the J. 0. Priesters, is spending thr week with her parents. Mrs. Ida Zumach and daugnte Ella, Algona, visited at H. R. Zu mach's Sunday evening. Mrs. P. L. Jessen and Ralph went to Chicago Sunday to attem Fande Arnol a funeral of a nephew. , The Herman and Art families spent Sunday at Elbert's, Algona. . Meat market prize Saturday wen to Albert Potratz, Fred Heinrich and Tom Scheller. Irene Fuchsen left for Chicag Saturday to spend a week at th world's fair. . Mrs. Peter Volk and Mrs. J, 0 Priester are on the sick list. lumber Party is Given- Alice Gartner entertained at a umber party last week Wednes- ay night. Guests were Kathryn chram, Edithmae Budlong, Helen eed, and Loraine Peterson. irl Plans Nursing Course— Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Miller's aughter Hazel will leave early in eptember for Des Moines to be- ome a student nurse in a large ospital. 'at Yield Averages 18 Bushels— Farmers here have been thresli- ng, and the reported average yield 18 bushels to the acre. Vindinill Gashes Worker's Arm— Walter Rosenau has been carry- ng his arm in a sling since lasl veek Tuesday. He was at the George Heyes farm repairing a vindmill. He had gone to the top o do some work when the wheel truck his arm cutting a deep gash everal inches long in his arm. He iwns a hardware store here and does a good deal of repair work onnected with the store. Doctor and Children 111— Dr. H. H. Murray and children, Dennis and Kathleen, have been sick the past week with stomach Buffalo Center Defeated Here— The ball team played Buffalo Center Sunday here and won, 9-4. Other Titonka Alice and Harold Gartner, who ire taking care of the Gartner bees his summer, while their parents, he Rev. and Mrs. L. G. Gartner are it a Hibbing, Minn., CCC camp drove to Rowan Saturday to spend he week-end with Maxine Sheldon. The Gartners formerly livec t Rowan. The Donald Terptras, of Des Moines, who had spent the week al C. Heifner's, were accompanied lome Saturday by Ardith Nauman and Lois Heifner, who spent the week-end there. Mrs. Lenora Ward, Los Angeles ind Dr. and Mrs. William Fairbee lumboldt, came Saturday to spenc he week-end at Jay Budlong's UTS. Ward is about to return to ialifornia. The Mark Bacon daughter Rosenary, who has been visiting the Glair Heifners, Des Moines is ex- iccted home sometime this week Mrs. Heifuer was formerly Florence Bacon. Arthur Askin and his aunt, Mrs }ose Plumb, drove to Marshalltown Friday, and Mrs. Rose Plumb remained there to visit relatives Arthur returning Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Craven drove ;o Estherville Saturday for tin week-end with relatives and at the Okobojis. Violet Slack, who had worked most of the summer at Burt, is nov mployed at Roy Budlong's, south of town. John Gartner left last week Wednesday to hitchhike to the East. His destination was indefinite. Jane Laird, Algona, has been visiting her cousin, Jean French, during the last week. a business last week Tuesday. The Frank Newvilles, of Mason City, spent Sunday at Charles Newville's. Hi. Little Kathleen was seriously 11 the first of the week and was .aken to the Buffalo Center hospital, but was able to come home Wednesday afternoon. Two Children Bnnti/ed— The Rev. Gerald Ukena preached it the local Presbyterian church Sunday. A baptismal service was held and the little son of the Rev. and Mrs. Ukena and son of Mr. and Mrs. Ewing, of Swea City, were baptized. Attends Lake Bible Institute— The Rev. and Mrs. F. 0. Johnson :cft last week Wednesday morning 'or the Methodist camp at the Oko- bojis, where they spent the week attending the Bible Conference. Former Pastor in Tisit— The Rev. and Mrs. Hans Werner, New Auburn, Minn., visited at August Bauman's last week. He was pastor of the local Lutheran church 20 years ago. Commercial Club Has Dinner— The third division of the Methodist Aid served the dinner to the Commercial club Thursday evening, Other Lakota Hattie Crisp, of Alden, was a visitor at Guy Beemer's last week. She left for home Friday, and Mr. and Mrs. John Elzy and daughter, St Paul, Minn., came for a week-end visit with them. The women are cousins of Mrs. Beemer. The Otto Koppens took Mrs. May Gleiter and daughter, White, S. D. who came when Mrs. Gleiter's fath er, A. Q. Smith, was sick, to Mont gomery, where they visited till Sat urday, then the Farringtons took them home Sunday. The Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Harvey Rowan, came last week for th Smith funeral and visited friend here. They spent Tuesday visitin at Ledyard and went home tha evening. Billy Hansen was seven year Id Sunday and a family dinner as served at his home in honor of he event. The Martin Bobos, of immetsburg, were out of town uests. The Rev. and Mrs. Frerking and on Norman and the Rev. and Mrs. jerald Ukena, Jesup, left for a two /eeks vacation at the Frerking cot- ige at Twin Lakes Monday morn- ng. Friends hero received word that tfrs. Axiund, who visited here on or way to Rochester, had an opor- tion for cancer there recently, 'he Axlunds now live in New Mox:o. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Heetland, 'orman and Ronald, left Saturday lorning for Wilmar, Minn., to visit 10 Albert Hans family. They came omo Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bruer attended family reunion of Mrs. Bruer's olatives at Wood's Lake a week go Sunday. There were 70 pres- nt. Victor Thaves came Friday for a :w days visit with his parents, Mr. nd Mrs. Will Thaves. Ho is work- ng in a C. C. C. camp at Boone. Mrs. Samuel Warburton, who has eon ill for almost three months, is mproving slowly and Is able to .ake a short drive every evening. Gertrude Wortman, Mary Jane wis, and Miss Junkermeier left ast week Monday for Chicago to isit the fair. Cleo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M Looft, celebrated her 12th birth- ay with a party at her home last veek Tuesday. Mrs. Edward Dontje came home ast week from the Iowa City hospital, where she has been taking reatments. Sam Warburton went to Swea 3ity last week Tuesday to attend he funeral of Mrs. L. 0. McNeil. The I. E. Wortmans visited Mrs. DON'T SLEEP ON LEFT SIDE« AFFECTS HEART If stomach G-A'S prevents sleeping on right side try Adlerika. On* dose brings out poisons and relieves gas pressing on heart so youl sleep soundly all night. — E. Wi, Lushy, Druggist. Wortman's sister, Mrs. Ruth EW* ing, at Dumont, Sunday. Mrs. Guy Beemer and were Albert Lea visitors Thursday. lasfe Shutout for Sherbnrn. Bancroft, Aug. 8— Tho Bancroft Lions won a ball game Sunday here from Sherburn, Minn., 8-0. Sher* burn had won 18 straight game* this season. (l Reduced Rates on ALL LOANS You can now secure a loan ofi $300.00 or less at our new low. rate . Our new plan will mean a substantial saving to you. The Federal offers you the most! complete loan service in the State*. Various loaning plans. Reduced payments. As long as 20 months to repay. WHY PAY MOKE THAN OUR NEW LOW RATES? If you need money for any purpose , See " I H. N. Kruse Phone 125 Algonsf Representing Federal Finance Co, Des UToinerf- FOR SERVICE DRY GLEANING FURS REPAIRED Wearing apparel—all kinds Hats cleaned and reblocked Rugs, draperies and curtains FURS — FURS — FURS See us at once about Fur repairs, or perhaps you have, a fur coat or wrap you would like to have made over. Estimates given freely We call for and deliver. Modern Dry Cleaners PHONE 537 more Non-Skid Mileage? You put it loo LOW scores cfheard drivers tell us that about Goodyears R. L. Krantz made call at Cedar Rapids ^EOPLE who bought the amazing new "G-3" All- Weather when we first announced 43% more non-skid mileage are coming back now —'pointing proudly to their speedometers and saying— , "You didn't claim half enough! This tire is far better than you promised! It's beaten any non-skid mileage we ever saw before —and still going strong!" How soon can we sell you this husky tire—with broader, flatter, heavier tread — and with 16% more non-skid blocks in the tread center— patented Goodyear Super- twist in every ply? When you buy any tire—you certainly want the "G-3"— because you can get all its extra safety —all its extra non-skid mileage at no extra cost. Deldutch Super Service LUBRICATION, CAB WASHING AND BEAKE SEEVICJ3 EXIDE BATTEKIES Call 88 See the Husky Goodyear Speedway at these low prices SIZE BBIC1 1,50x81 »,.,.->„.,, 84.00 L 4,75x19 5,00x19 — $5.20

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